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Old 03-13-2014, 03:41 AM   #1
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Extra TV connections

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We've been in out 2014 36RL for almost a month now. We really like the unit and enjoy every day in it.
We would like to add HDMI cables to the TV in the bedroom and the one in the outside hatch.
Would anyone out there know how to release the mounts to allow access to the rear of the sets?
Both TV's seem to be mounted on solid mounts and I cannot locate a release lever or chain. According the LG's spec sheets, both sets have two HDMI ports available.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 03-13-2014, 03:50 AM   #2
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I just replaced my mount in the bedroom of my RL last week. I switched to an arm type of mount so I could aim the tv to the bed.

Raise the tv straight up behind the upper trim piece. The TV will resist a little but it will raise up. Mine had a piece of paneling covering a small hole for putting a wire through.

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Old 03-13-2014, 04:00 AM   #3
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As Dave says it's a little of a twist to get the bedroom tv off if it's like ours:
lift and tilt to clear the front then slide out from the bottom...



Sorry - was going to post a pic of the mount,
but I can't Manage Attachments any longer ....

Guess I posted too many pics helping others...
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Old 03-13-2014, 05:09 PM   #4
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Dave,
Which mount did you use? Do you have to secure it now for travel?
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As Dave says it's a little of a twist to get the bedroom tv off if it's like ours:
lift and tilt to clear the front then slide out from the bottom...
Sorry - was going to post a pic of the mount,
but I can't Manage Attachments any longer ....
Guess I posted too many pics helping others...
Ah, a reboot does wonders

here's the pic of the br tv mount that was in our 38gk and what replaced it... tightened the pivots VERY tight with an allen wrench so it would limit movement
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May want to have neighbors plug their ears when trying to remove tv the first time, 'cause if have as much trouble as I the air will turn blue. Half hour of swearing & it will come down.
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Dave,
Which mount did you use? Do you have to secure it now for travel?
My son bought it at camping world, I'm not sure of the name. It does have a pull chain like the mount in the living room.
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super thanks Dave, that was what I wanted to hear on the chain pull. Our fixed mount now is angled just right so I can't see it from bed. It needs to be tilted down.
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